Comparative analysis of illiberal tendencies in V4 countries

Supported by: Political Capital Institute/Friedrich Naumann Stiftung


Project span: March – May 2018  


Cooperating institutions: Political Capital Institute (Hungary), Association for International Affairs (Czech Republic), Visegrad Insight  


Researcher: Grigorij Mesežnikov  


Objective: The project consists of the elaboration of analytical comparative study mapping the state of democracy in Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia and factors acting in favor of or against the strengthening of non-liberal elements in politics and public discourse.  




Conference  http://www.ivo.sk/8355/sk/aktuality/o-buducnosti-demokracie-v-krajinach-visegradu 


Analytical paper  



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